disc one 01. Carnival Time 02. Beverly Hills Theme * 03. If You're Going to San Francisco * 04. NYE Countdown > Aude Lang Syne 05. Iko Iko > Brother John 06. Better 07. Jam>Tomorrow Never Knows **>Jam 08. When the Levee Breaks 09. Zombie Jamboree 10. The Boogie
* Baby Gramps intros "Beverly Hills Theme"
which is played from a CD over the PA
during the parade, as well as
"If You're Going to San Francisco"
** Vince Welnick vocals and also with Darol Angor
Vince Welnick guests on keyboards for the first set.
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Set Two available as
Master playback on Tascam DA-P1 > Sek'd Prodif Plus, 48 > 44.1 kHz with Red Roaster v5.58 ( Ultra High Quality setting) > SHN
August 29, 2006 Subject:
This Show Rocks!
READ ON! PLEASE!!
THIS IS A GREAT SHOW, AND IT WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE. Unlike some shows you go to which can be a letdown when you return to listen on tape, this soundboard set I is pretty special, great quality.
What can I say, except I am a huge fan of Leftover Salmon, always and heartbroken by the loss of their first amazing banjo player, Mark? (I stink with names. Seems like they've stopped playing? Anyone know??
These guys kept me rockin' and rollin' in the '90's and this show with Baby Gramps, SCI and a whole host of beautiful shwirly dancing girls made it a LEFTOVER CARNIVAL in the best way - in spite of the acoustics of the Kezar Pavilion.
So, all that said. Does anyone know where in the world Henry Heikkinen is? I would love to get a copy of 12.31.97 Set II.
If someone knows how to get a copy of SCI's set that same night, that would rock!